structural imaging

structural imaging

Anatomical imaging Imaging An imaging philosophy–exemplified by film, CT, MRI, that examines the anatomic basis of changes caused by disease. See CT, MRI. Cf Molecular imaging.
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The bottom two panels show structural imaging of the retinal layers.
All participants underwent three-dimensional (3D) high-resolution T1-weighted structural imaging and resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) scanning.
Using biologically realistic brain models and multimodal functional and structural imaging data to elucidate control mechanisms of the human brain in aging.
Radiologists, neurologists, and psychiatrists from around the world address imaging techniques, including structural imaging, magnetic resonance spectroscopy, SPECT (single-photon emission computed tomography) and PET (positron emission tomography) imaging, diffusion tensor imaging, functional imaging, and noninvasive angiogram and perfusion; imaging of normal aging; reversible vs.
com)-- "Imaging of Neurodegenerative Disorders," recently published by Thieme, is an up-to-date reference covering the latest techniques used in neuroimaging as well as the basic structural imaging that facilitates diagnosis of various neurodegenerative disorders.
In comparison to structural imaging, a similar process is involved in functional MRI (fMRI) scans (i.
Structural imaging studies of depressive disorders focus on structural changes of the neural circuits controlling emotions, primarily the thalamus-limbic system circuit in the frontal lobe.
Different causes of new-onset and chronic epilepsy requires different structural imaging protocols.
It has been very difficult to investigate CETP mechanisms using conventional structural imaging methods because interaction with CETP can alter the size, shape and composition of lipoproteins, especially HDL," said Ren.
Among the areas they discuss are structural imaging, functional magnetic resonance imaging to detecting Alzheimer's diseases, diffusion tensor imaging, longitudinal neuroimaging measures to track the progression of disease and potential endpoints for clinical trials, and vascular co-morbidity and Alzheimer's disease.
We're doing structural imaging of white matter and gray matter in 4-yearolds and 3-year-olds .

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